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The LIMRA AML program is widely used in the industry to help companies comply with anti-money laundering training and tracking requirements. AML courses are offered in English and Spanish, with a new refresher course created each year to keep recognizing and stopping money laundering top of mind.

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Partnering with our members and financial professionals to fight crime since 2003.

  • 723,500 individual producers have completed our training
  • 3.5 million progress records
  • Over 100 companies who access the completion data


  • Access the course on any device with the ability to pause progress and continue anywhere
  • Completions are easy to track on the Compliance Education Platform admin portal.


  • Created by the industry, for the industry.
  • Courses meet regulatory requirements.
  • Training helps stop money laundering attempts.


  • Completion data is digital, immutable, & updated 4 times per day.
  • Company admins confirm at a glance who has started, not started, and who has completed training.

AML and Refresher Courses

Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Training

LIMRA's U.S. Anti-Money Laundering Training Program is a fast, easy, and inexpensive way for financial services companies to meet key requirements of U.S. Treasury Department rules.

This industry-wide training program allows producers to complete core training just once, and documentation is sent to every carrier they represent that participates in the program. In addition, the Anti-Money Laundering Program

  • Provides training for insurance and securities producers and home office employees 
  • Is based on real-life industry scenarios with interactive content to help learning stick
  • Provides reporting to see who has started, not started, and completed training

2022 AML Refresher Course

Anti-Money Laundering for Insurance Review – AML and Cryptocurrency (2022)

Everyone seems to be talking about cryptocurrency, from advertising on television to conversations around the virtual water cooler. You might have even noticed your local pizza place or other businesses accepting certain forms of cryptocurrency as payment.

Because of the surging popularity of virtual currency, it’s important for financial professionals to have a basic working knowledge of it, including the money laundering risks involved.

LIMRA’s 2022 AML Refresher course will help financial professionals get that basic understanding of cryptocurrency, how it works, and some of the red flags that may indicate money laundering.

As always, the LIMRA refresher training includes an important review of anti-money laundering rules and regulations in the industry, including sections on Know Your Customer, Activity Monitoring and Reporting, and Red Flags.

New this year are additional AML resource materials. Financial professionals can refer to these materials throughout the year to help them continue to be effective barriers to money-laundering.


Courses are available in both English and Spanish. 


Prices are scaled by volume. Please contact for details.